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Anybody know what plant this is? It grows in my herb beds in zone 7, in the ozark foot hills of North Central Arkansas.
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DJ- It looks alot like pellitory, a relative of nettle. I'm unfamiliar with your area, so it could be something else, but I'm 85% sure it's pellitory.
 
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